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DateClassify words as nouns, verbs or adjectives In your book write 3 headings: noun, verb and adjective. Then you need to write each word under the correct heading. Tip: tick each word off after you have done it so that you dont miss any. table chop cut shiny transparent fabric opaque run soft rough smash tyre catch window cup Extension: See if you can think of some examples of your own and put them under your headings! © www.SaveTeachersSundays.com 2013
DateClassify words as nouns, verbs, adjectives or adverbs In your book write 4 headings: noun, verb, adjective and adverb. Then you need to write each word under the correct heading. Tip: tick each word off after you have done it so that you dont miss any. table chop cut transparent fabric opaque run soft rough smash tyre catch window cup quickly Extension: Now you need to get a list of adverbs from your teacher and come up with sentences using different adverbs. carefully softly quietly gently nervously roughly friendly lovely ugly © www.SaveTeachersSundays.com 2013
DateClassify words as nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and prepositions In your book write 5 headings: noun, verb, adjective, adverb and preposition. Then you need to write each word under the correct heading. Tip: tick each word off after you have done it so that you dont miss any. table chop cut transparent fabric opaque run soft rough smash tyre catch window cup quickly Extension: Now you need to get a list of prepositions and a world map from your teacher. Make up sentences to compare and describe different places in the world using a preposition in every sentence e.g. Scotland is above England. carefully softly quietly gently nervously roughly friendly lovely ugly under after beside outside near beyond before © www.SaveTeachersSundays.com 2013
Plenary As a class we are going to try to move the words under the correct heading NounVerbAdjectiveAdverbPreposition metal chop cut transparent fabric opaque run soft rough smash tyre catch window cup quickly carefully softly quietly gently nervously roughly friendly lovely ugly under after beside outside near beyond before © www.SaveTeachersSundays.com 2013
Answers NounVerbAdjectiveAdverbPreposition tablechop cut transparent fabric opaque run soft rough smash tyre catch window cup quickly carefully softly quietly gently nervously roughly friendly lovely ugly under after beside outside near beyond before Whether a word is an adverb or preposition often depends on the context in which it is used. For simplicity introducing prepositions to a class I have not gone into this detail. © www.SaveTeachersSundays.com 2013
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